Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Pulp and Paper Technology
Dr. Robert A. Diehm
The object of this thesis is to investigate the use of smoothness and elongation test results as criterion for evaluating the printing quality of paper. The relationship of smoothness and printing quality has been known for many years and in all previous work it has been shown to be influential to printing quality. The relationship of elongation and printing quality has never been investigated. The experimental procedure consisted of testing the paper samples for smoothness and elongation, and determining the printing quality of the different papers with the I. G. T. Printability Tester. The results of the analysis of the experimental data can be used to indicate good or poor printing quality of paper.
Castle, William R., ""A Study of a Method to Predict Printing Quality of Paper by Means of Smoothness and Elongation Test Results"" (1961). Paper Engineering Senior Theses. 82.